January 23, 2022

About the author

Stephan Haggard

Stephan Haggard is the Lawrence and Sallye Krause Professor of Korea-Pacific Studies, director of the Korea-Pacific Program, and distinguished professor of political science at UC San Diego. With Marcus Noland, he is the author of “Hard Target: Sanctions, Inducements and the Case of North Korea” (Stanford University Press, 2017).

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How North Korea might be financing its trade deficit with China
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How North Korea might be financing its trade deficit with China

Pyongyang has a number of ways it could be cooking the books

How North Korea might be financing its trade deficit with China
The next Kim-Trump summit: what North Korea could offer the U.S.

The next Kim-Trump summit: what North Korea could offer the U.S.

The real work on a DPRK-U.S. deal is only just beginning

The next Kim-Trump summit: what North Korea could offer the U.S.
Stephan Haggard
Stephan Haggard February 7, 2019
The next Kim-Trump summit: what the U.S. could offer North Korea

The next Kim-Trump summit: what the U.S. could offer North Korea

From sanctions relief to liaison offices, here's how Washington can keep diplomatic momentum going

The next Kim-Trump summit: what the U.S. could offer North Korea
Stephan Haggard
Stephan Haggard January 28, 2019
How the U.S. can break the diplomatic impasse with North Korea in 2019

How the U.S. can break the diplomatic impasse with North Korea in 2019

Washington must show greater flexibility - and be prepared to offer "complementary measures"

How the U.S. can break the diplomatic impasse with North Korea in 2019
Stephan Haggard
Stephan Haggard January 3, 2019
As Pompeo returns from Pyongyang, is diplomacy back on track?

As Pompeo returns from Pyongyang, is diplomacy back on track?

This weekend's high-level talks appear to have succeeded - for the most part

As Pompeo returns from Pyongyang, is diplomacy back on track?
Stephan Haggard
Stephan Haggard October 7, 2018
After the Pyongyang summit, what next for North Korea-U.S. dialogue?

After the Pyongyang summit, what next for North Korea-U.S. dialogue?

The onus is now on Washington to structure a more sustained - and sustainable - negotiating process

After the Pyongyang summit, what next for North Korea-U.S. dialogue?
Stephan Haggard
Stephan Haggard September 20, 2018
Absent calculated risks, U.S.-DPRK diplomacy getting nowhere fast

Absent calculated risks, U.S.-DPRK diplomacy getting nowhere fast

Trump's cancellation of Pompeo visit to Pyongyang shows a growing obsession with China trade gambit

Absent calculated risks, U.S.-DPRK diplomacy getting nowhere fast
Stephan Haggard
Stephan Haggard August 26, 2018
Pompeo in North Korea: worse than we thought

Pompeo in North Korea: worse than we thought

The Secretary of State's visit raised, rather than lowered, the risk that progress will stall

Pompeo in North Korea: worse than we thought
Stephan Haggard
Stephan Haggard July 8, 2018
The Kim-Trump summit scorecard: who came out on top?

The Kim-Trump summit scorecard: who came out on top?

The joint statement left much to be desired, but there are reasons to be optimistic

The Kim-Trump summit scorecard: who came out on top?
Stephan Haggard
Stephan Haggard June 14, 2018
Communication breakdown: the White House needs to get its story straight

Communication breakdown: the White House needs to get its story straight

Trump’s defenders tout his unpredictability as an asset, but to date it has yielded very little

Communication breakdown: the White House needs to get its story straight
Stephan Haggard
Stephan Haggard May 27, 2018
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